A handsome Edwardian house with fine views of the Stretton Hills towards the Long Mynd and Caer Caradoc.
Believed to have been built in about 1907, Belvedere Guest House is a handsome Edwardian residence occupying in an elevated position in a sought after location with glorious views of the Stretton Hills. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within a conservation area, the property is currently being run as a successful B&B business however also offers the opportunity to be reconfigured for use as a family home.
The accommodation flows well retaining period features including Edwardian fireplaces and enjoys plenty of natural light. The front door opens into the entrance hall with tiled flooring and from where the stair case rises to the first floor.
To the right is the drawing room which is on two levels and has an original fireplace. To the left is a further sitting room with an original fireplace and a dual aspect. There is study with a bay window enjoying plenty of light and views of the front garden.
The spacious dining room has a wood burning stove, a bay window enjoying views to the front garden and leads into the kitchen which is equipped with fitted base units, an electric hob and oven, along with a tiled floor. This continues into a
spacious utility with further fitted units, access to the patio and a separate door to the driveway.
There is a double bedroom with an en suite bathroom, currently being used as a gym which can be accessed from an inner hall or from the kitchen.
A double store room and WC complete the ground floor.
There is an attractive stain glassed window on the turn of the staircase which is a wonderful feature and continues on floors one and two.
To the first floor are seven double bedrooms, six of which have en suite shower facilities and a family bathroom. The staircase rises to the second floor where there are two double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms, two further double bedrooms, a walk in wardrobe/dressing room and a family bathroom with underfloor heating, a free standing bath and a separate shower.
Belvedere is accessed by a private tarmacadam driveway to a parking area. To the front of the property is an attractive garden, mostly laid to lawn with stone walls and herbaceous borders. To the back of the house is an enclosed lawn and sunken terrace, ideal for alfresco dining and enjoying the views. The property benefits from a detached, double garage with two store rooms off which could be well utilised as a workshop or office.
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A unique opportunity to purchase one of the most handsome properties in the ever popular Church StrettonPeter Daborn